On 7/29/06, Leslie V. [email protected] wrote:
I tried to find online explanations for the ‘%’ and ‘?’ operators used
The ?X syntax is described here:
In fact, it’s not an operator, it’s an integer literal.
The % operator is described within it’s class, String, referencing
syntax of Kernel#sprintf.
When I started with ruby some time ago I was going crazy when I
looked for something… Some pieces of information are scattered
across too many places, especially Regexen are mentioned at three
locations in the pickaxe book (1st edition) and I was hard to remember
what piece is where. Now I got somewhat accustomed to this, so it’s no
longer a problem for me. Now I mostly use rdoc and sometimes
zenspider’s quickreference for bits that are missing from rdoc (or,
that I still haven’t found there
Now, what I want to say is, that maybe it would help to reorganize the
docs a bit, or maybe just add some index pages to it
I really appreciate all the hard work which made the current state
possible, and the gradual enhacements that are being made.